The Amalfi coast is one of the most renowned tourist destinations in the whole of Italy and draws thousands of tourists annually. This stretch of mountainous coast sits in-between Naples and Salerno and encompasses the arm of the Sorrento Peninsula. The coastline includes some absolutely gorgeous towns that hug the mountains, some sublime beaches, and jaw-dropping scenery. Transport to the Amalfi Coast is well developed and there are a regular bus and train service that travels to most of the popular destinations. Furthermore, there is a multitude of high-quality hotels, world-class restaurants, and amenities if you wish to base yourself here.
If you want to visit the Amalfi coast you will be in for a treat – this region has some picture-perfect towns full of multi-colored houses such as Positano, Praiano, and Amalfi itself. Furthermore, there are some absolutely fantastic beaches, coastal walks and mountainside villas. Moreover, aside from the coastal towns and mountains, the Amalfi Coast has a selection of interesting Islands such as Capri and Sirenusas that provide ample opportunity for exploration.
12. Take a Boat Tour
The Emerald Cave is a natural phenomenon that is one of the most beautiful caves in the whole of Italy. Located in-between Amalfi and Praiano, the Smeraldo Cave is one of the few caves in the world that is bathed in natural emerald light. The effect is simply amazing and the color of the water and the cave itself are gorgeous.
The cave is accessed via an elevator on the SS163 route and then you can climb on one of the boats for a guided tour of this superb natural subterranean environment.
11. Chair Lift, Capri
If hiking is not your thing, and you are not afraid of heights, hop on the open-air chair lift in Anacapri and let it sweep you up to the top of the Monte Solaro. The views over the bay towards Naples and Vesuvius are truly breathtaking. Spend some time taking in that view with a cup of coffee or a flute of prosecco at the scenic café, the Canzone del Cielo.